To the Mayor and City Council of Round Round, Texas - We, the undersigned, fully support our Round Rock Planet K located at 3227 S. IH35 and their right to keep the neon signs currently on their building. We believe the signs are a great addition to the IH35 corridor and create a wonderful aesthetic and ambience to a previously desolate location. We urge you to not prosecute, or in any way hold liable, Planet K for these beautiful signs. We believe it is the job of our government to protect the health & welfare of the people rather than wasting time & taxpayer money on sign enforcement. Thank you.
keep em! or all the businesses shouldn't have neon
It's funny how everyone is so concerned about the arbitrary laws of man. One day cannabis is illegal, the next it is decriminalized, and eventually legalized. One day the neon signs of ONE marginalized business are artfully allowed, and the very next they are torn down and trashed as offensive wreckage. Speeding limits are FULL of the whims of man to coerce his neighbor under the thumb of Control. Reality is not imbued with arbitrary government, so neither should we be. If only more people were aware of VERY legal VERY powerful hallucinogens such as Jimson Weed or even Nutmeg, people would soon realize that no natural substance should or ever could be "illegalized" or outlawed. Nature surrounds us with drugs such as caffeine, cocaine, opium, etc. It is man's folly to abuse these substances and take them out of their natural state chemically contorting them into isolated concentrates of adulterated natural medicinal compounds. REAL Aspirin is salicylates found in white willow tree bark infused into a brewed tea. Corporately corrupt BAYER takes FREE medicinal compounds from trees, adulterates them up in a lab, and sells this to you at 600% increased cost of $6 a bottle. Amazing that PEOPLE do this to other PEOPLE.....spread the free word that food, medicine, clothes, and everything is as FREE as the air we ALL breathe (since all this stuff comes from plants...which give us each breath we take).
I see no reason to disable these lights. Perhaps a smaller version would be more appropriate but its their building if it violates no codes then why harass them.
Rodney Davis4 days ago Resident of Round Rock: 670 louis henna blvd.round rock tx
jessica3 weeks ago Resident of Round Rock: yes
Comments: keep em! or all the businesses shouldn't have neon
Klassy Henderson3 weeks ago Resident of Round Rock: No
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